Kapa Haka Primary School Nationals

Weekdays at 6.30 PM on Maori Television

Celebration of traditional Maori performing arts from the 2009 National Primary Schools Kapa Haka Festival held in Gisborne. Features Te Pitau Whakarei – Nelson Intermediate (Monday June 7); Kawakawa Primary (Tuesday June 8); Te Kura o Awapuni (Wednesday June 9); Te Kura Takawaenga o Rotorua Kapa – Rotorua Intermediate (Thursday June 10); and Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Rawhitiroa (Friday June 11).

Weekdays at 6.30 PM on Maori Television

Celebration of traditional Maori performing arts from the 2009 National Primary Schools Kapa Haka Festival held in Gisborne. Features Te Wharekura o Rakaumangamanga (Monday May 31); Te Wharekura o Whakaahu – Western Heights Primary (Tuesday June 1); Te Kura o Paroa (Wednesday June 2); Nga Itirearea – Monrad Intermediate (Thursday June 3); and Te Roopu Atawhai – Whangarei Intermediate (Friday June 4).

Weekdays at 6.30 PM on Maori Television

Celebration of traditional Maori performing arts from the 2009 National Primary Schools Kapa Haka Festival held in Gisborne. Features: Te Ara Maurea o te Huinga Taniwha (Monday May 24); Te Whanau o Tupuranga (Tuesday May 25); Te Kura o Te Wharau (Wednesday May 26); Te Herenga o Te Aroha – Kaikohe Intermediate (Thursday May 27); and Te Kura Whakahou ki Otara – Te Wharekura o Piripono (Friday May 28).

Weekdays at 6.30 PM on Maori Television

Celebration of traditional Maori performing arts from the 2009 National Primary Schools Kapa Haka Festival held in Gisborne. Features: Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Kawakawa Mai Tawhiti (Monday May 17); Puawai – Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Hoani Waititi (Tuesday May 18); Te Wharekura o Ruatoki (Wednesday May 19); Te Ao Marama o Puanga – Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Ngati Ruanui (Thursday May 20); and Nga Mahuri – Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Rangi Aniwaniwa (Friday May 21).